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Intellectual Property the Unseen asset that needs protection
Category: GENERAL
Tags: juniques intellectual property assets unseen assets

Juniques support and advocates the home based business industry. The Small Business Administration provides some great business building information.

Here is an area of business assets, most business owners, need to be well aware of. Before anything is made ( at least man made) it is thought of, first.  That thought can convert to property real quick and that property has to be legally protected, if it is to remain the business owner property.

 

Intellectual Property Law

If you’ve got a great idea, logo, business name, or even an invention, you need to protect it. The steps involved in filing for patents, trademarks or copyrights are covered in this section, along with additional resources that can help you safeguard your intellectual properties, such as having employees or vendors sign non-disclosure agreements.

  • Understand Intellectual Property and How to Protect your Business – This business guide from STOPfakes.gov is an essential starting point for understanding your intellectual property rights and finding the right protection for your business.
     
  • Applying for a Patent – Learn more about how to apply for a patent through the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).
     
  • Registering a Trademark or Service Mark – Find out how to file for trademark or service mark protection for your business name, symbols and logos.
     
  • Copyright your Work – Books, movies, digital works, and musical recordings are all examples of copyrighted works. Refer to this guide from U.S. Copyright Office for more information on what protection copyright affords and the process of copyrighting your work
Is Entrepreneurship For You?
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Tags: juniques entrepreneurship boss making a living small business administration home based business

The Small Business Administration provides some great info on being in business.

Juniques supports and advocates the home based business industry.

 

Is Entrepreneurship For You?

 

Starting your own business can be an exciting and rewarding experience. It can offer numerous advantages such as being your own boss, setting your own schedule and making a living doing something you enjoy. But, becoming a successful entrepreneur requires thorough planning, creativity and hard work.

Consider whether you have the following characteristics and skills commonly associated with successful entrepreneurs:

  • Comfortable with taking risks: Being your own boss also means you’re the one making tough decisions. Entrepreneurship involves uncertainty. Do you avoid uncertainty in life at all costs? If yes, then entrepreneurship may not be the best fit for you. Do you enjoy the thrill of taking calculated risks? Then read on.
  • Independent: Entrepreneurs have to make a lot of decisions on their own. If you find you can trust your instincts — and you’re not afraid of rejection every now and then — you could be on your way to being an entrepreneur.
  • Persuasive: You may have the greatest idea in the world, but if you cannot persuade customers, employees and potential lenders or partners, you may find entrepreneurship to be challenging. If you enjoy public speaking, engage new people with ease and find you make compelling arguments grounded in facts, it’s likely you’re poised to make your idea succeed.
  • Able to negotiate: As a small business owner, you will need to negotiate everything from leases to contract terms to rates. Polished negotiation skills will help you save money and keep your business running smoothly.
  • Creative: Are you able to think of new ideas? Can you imagine new ways to solve problems? Entrepreneurs must be able to think creatively. If you have insights on how to take advantage of new opportunities, entrepreneurship may be a good fit. 
  • Supported by others: Before you start a business, it’s important to have a strong support system in place. You’ll be forced to make many important decisions, especially in the first months of opening your business. If you do not have a support network of people to help you, consider finding a business mentor. A business mentor is someone who is experienced, successful and willing to provide advice and guidance. Read the Steps to Finding a Mentor article for help on finding and working with a mentor.

Still think you have what it takes to be an entrepreneur and start a new business? Great! Now ask yourself these 20 questions to help ensure you’ve thought about the right financial and business details.

Twenty Question Every Business Owner Must Answer
Category: GENERAL
Tags: juniques small business administration home based business

Hello Community, Juniques is a supporter and advocates the Home Based Business Industry.

A business that is operated correctly should prosper well!!

 

The Small Business Administration has some great info for business owner sto use.

Here is a great start!! Make sure you can

answer these questions, completely!!!

 

So you’ve got what it takes to be an entrepreneur?

Now, ask yourself these 20 questions to make sure you’re thinking about the right key business decisions:

  1. Why am I starting a business?
  2. What kind of business do I want?
  3. Who is my ideal customer?
  4. What products or services will my business provide?
  5. Am I prepared to spend the time and money needed to get my business started?
  6. What differentiates my business idea and the products or services I will provide from others in the market?
  7. Where will my business be located?
  8. How many employees will I need?
  9. What types of suppliers do I need?
  10. How much money do I need to get started?
  11. Will I need to get a loan?
  12. How soon will it take before my products or services are available?
  13. How long do I have until I start making a profit?
  14. Who is my competition?
  15. How will I price my product compared to my competition?
  16. How will I set up the legal structure of my business?
  17. What taxes do I need to pay?
  18. What kind of insurance do I need?
  19. How will I manage my business?
  20. How will I advertise my business?

When you answer these questions completely, you will have placed yourself in rare group of business owners, prepared!

 

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